Tuesday, 26 February 2013
Install Gerix Wifi Crackrer Ubuntu
sudo dpkg -i gerix-wifi-cracker-ng-2.0-bt7.deb
mkdir / pentest / wireless / wifi-gerix-cracker-ng
sudo python /usr/share/gerix-wifi-cracker-ng/gerix.py
sudo python /pentest/wireless/gerix-wifi-cracker-ng/gerix.py
Thursday, 21 February 2013
sudo apt-get install aircrack-ng
sudo apt-get install libncurses5-dev
sudo apt-get install monodevelop
sudo apt-get install gtk-sharp2
sudo apt-get install libqyoto4.5-cil
sudo apt-get install qyoto-dev
Wednesday, 20 February 2013
- windows 7
- compatible wireless card
- wep hack files from - Download Here
1. Install commview: go to the commview folder in the package and double click setup, follow the install nothing special but once done it will fail saying it's not compatible with vista, ignore that.
2. take the crack file and place it in C:\program files\commviewwifi\ (or program files86 if you have 64 bit windows), it will say something about overwriting accept it.
3. Next right click the file cv.exe and click properties, compatabilities and select windows xp sp3 and run as administrator.
4. run it, now if you can click the play button your drivers work your lucky and can skip to number 7
5. otherwise you can close the program and right click computer, manage. go to Device Manager and find your wireless card that you are using (under network adapters) now right click and Update driver software...
6. Browse, Let me pick, Have Disk, Browse
Locate the pack included and go to Driver or NewDrivers (one should work for new as there's different versions [thanks logan perkins]), ok it and see if it finds your drivers
If successful open the CV.exe again and you should see the play button highlighted it worked and you can continue
7. click it and select Scan find the network you are targeting and begin the capture
Note make sure to check the logs to autosave and increase the size to 1000Mb and 100mb per log
They will be located under the program files directory of commview, LOGS
It can take 4-8 hours of gathering packets (might be less or more depending on how lucky/unlucky you are - Time varies with signal strength. it can take upto 20-24 hours), once done you can continue to crack the data to gain the passphrase shared wep key:
8. Open the logs with commview, file, export, Tcpdump files (*.cap) save whatever name you like
9. Go to the pack, aircrack, Aircrack-ng GUI.exe, browse to the files, choose 64 (or leave at 128 if determined it) and launch
10. wait for the loading and press 1 and enter, the cracking begins and when done you should get the key.
Sunday, 17 February 2013
1) 4.1.2 official Moto leak (by Wanggjghost) - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2092107
2) Root method for above (by answersamir) - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2093923
3) Guide & Review of above (by answersamir) - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2093154
What - This is a "One Click Root" Method as reported worked successfully by a forum member in particular for Leak 1 of JB 4.1.2 by Wangg (don't know if it works for leak 2)
Where - See these two links :
Info link - http://bbs.angeeks.com/forum.php?mod...2%BB%BC%FCROOT
Download link - http://www.baidupcs.com/file/b05cf2f17f4e880119a37851aa468100?fid=3926112336-250528-2018908650&time=1361161989&sign=FDTA-DCb740ccc5511e5e8fedcff06b081203-PVbl1zOzxyN29asV10qlO6hADPk%3D&expires=8h&sh=1&response-cache-control=private
How to root - Just double click the 双击我RunRoot+SUPERSU.bat file and wait for things to happen. (双击我 - translates as double click me)
Many users have confirmed root using this file including me but use this on your own risk
This video will show you how to flash your Motorola Atrix 2 to Official Jelly Bean.
This will only works for Asian MB865 and ME865,Not for At&t MB865 (it may brick your phone).
You can flash this on 2.3.6 or 4.0.4 Based,Or you have a custom rom installed like (Paranoid Android,CyanogenMod 10,Supercharged Rom or MIUI or other)
The GOOD Things in the Official Jellybean 4.1.2:
-Transparent Status Bar
-6GB usable internal memory
-CPU clocked at 1GHz (1000MHz)
-Working Camera,Front Camera,Facelock
Fully Charged your Atrix 2 before flashing.
Connect your phone to PC using USB cable in AP Fastboot mode.
Have a RSDlite installed PC,if you don't have you can download it right here
Official 4.1.2 Jellybean Fastboot files:
Original thread : xda
How to root:
I have not test yet if can go back to Gingerbread or ICS after flash Official Jellybean,but i think you will not go back to ICS or Gingerbread because the Jellybean is AWESOME!
Thursday, 14 February 2013
According to DDaily, a Korean journal with what seems like the scoop on all things Samsung, the Korean giant will be releasing the Galaxy S4 in the middle of next month, likely at a launch event on March 15th. It may be launched with similar design that of Galaxy S3, but it will be packed with amazing specs and features.
The report says that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will have the same “human-centric,” “organic” look along with the three button-setup. It is initially reported that Samsung experimented with a button less arrangement but in the end decided to stick with the familiar home, back and menu layout.
The newspaper says reports of the Galaxy S4 featuring a Wacom-based “S Pen” stylus like the Galaxy Note series are incorrect, but claims that the device will support “contact less” gestures. There is not much detail about what this might entail, but Its possible technology similar to that of the Sony Xperia Sola, which can detect fingers at a distance, might be used. Other reported hardware details include a 4.99-inch 1080p SuperAMOLED screen — a long-rumored component, and probably a safe bet at this point.
If Samsung chooses to use its in-house Exynos 5 Octa chipset to power the Galaxy S4 — and we are almost certain the company will use an Exynos chip this time around — it stands to reason that there will be a fairly large battery cell included with the phone to accommodate all that extra horsepower.
The Galaxy S4 should be publicly unveiled in mid-March, ahead of a late March or early April release. Again, that timing makes sense if Samsung wants to deny Android competitors like HTC and Sony the chance to gain too much traction in the weeks following Mobile World Congress. And its not the first time we have heard rumors of an early April launch either.
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We are just four days away from the official unveiling of HTC One aka M7 smartphone and expectedly the frequency of leaks related to this HTC flagship has increased.
For the first time today, we have an official looking press render of the Black version of HTC One. The smartphone is rumoured to be coming in two colours – Black and Silver/White. We have already seen the Silver/White version few days.
As you can see in image above, the Black version looks more like Grey/Black version. The previously seen front camera, sensors, front stereo speakers are all present. The render also packs the same Sense 5.0 layout that we have seen in the last leaks along with the weird key placement.
The phone is scheduled to be announced in London and New York simultaneously on February 19. It is rumoured to be reach stores in European countries on March 8 followed by US on March 22. There is no clarity on the Asian debut, which should ideally be happening around mid-March.
HTC One leaked specs
1.7GHz Qualcomm quad-core processor
Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
HTC Sense 5.0
4.3 ultrapixel rear camera
32/64GB internal storage
4.7-inch 1080p SoLux display
Wednesday, 13 February 2013
1) Develop a Google+ application
2) Blog about Google+
3) Create a Google+ Club
4) Hire Developers & Advertise Your Google Plus Product
5) Create a Dedicated G+ Blog
What do you think now?
You can make some serious money if you have the right aptitude for it. Students, of course are the best fit, because they are quicker learners. But this doesn't other people can't read this post, which will discuss about some of the productive ways of earning money.
Learn web development
Create an app
Before we deep dive into the details, is the leaked information accurate? One can never be sure. But the signs are good.
First, it checks out in terms of plausibility. The hardware is based on known and realistic tech. The information is detailed, particularly that revealed by vgleaks.com a few days ago. And it makes sense.
Secrets from CESThe timing ties in with lots of opportunities for leaks at CES and there's little doubt discussions will have been taking place behind closed doors. What's more, similar information has appeared from several sources, which is usually a good omen. On, then, to the meaty details.
The next Xbox is codenamed Durango, while the PS4 is known internally at Sony as Orbis. Both will be powered by chips based on AMD's upcoming Jaguar CPU architecture and offer AMD's Radeon GCN graphics technology.
What's more, the CPUs in both Durango and Orbis will be clocked at 1.6GHz and both will pack eight processing cores. Where the two appear to differ however, is in the graphics engine.
AMD's Graphics Core NextSony PS4 Orbis gets 18 Radeon GCN units. Microsoft Xbox Durango makes do with just 12. Elsewhere, Durango will have 8GB of shared DDR3 RAM along with 32MB of superfast ERAM for the GPU and a grand total of 170GB/s of bandwidth.
The PS4, meanwhile, will sport just 4GB of RAM, but it will be of the ultra-quick GDDR5 variety. All told, it's thought Durango will pack a grand total of 1.23 teraflops of raw compute power to Orbis's 1.84 teraflops. Oh, and both are expected to have Blu-ray drives.
On paper, then, and if the leaks are accurate, the next Xbox seems to be clearly outgunned by Sony's new PlayStation. But is that really the case? And what can we really expect from these two consoles in terms of a gaming experience?
Those eight-core CPUs in fullFirst up, let's deal with those apparently identical eight-core CPUs. Jaguar is AMD's next low-power, low-cost CPU architecture. Per core, it's less powerful than AMD's full-feature Piledriver architecture as found in both the FX desktop chips and A10 fusion processors.
Problem is, even Piledriver is marginal in terms of per-core performance for gaming. So the prospect of Jaguar cores clocked at just 1.6GHz is certainly the biggest worry concerning the performance of both consoles.
Yes, both offer eight cores. But the simple fact is that, to date, game developers haven't really cracked the problem of spreading game-engine work loads across many cores. Having individual cores that can process a single thread super fast still matters.
That's why, just as a for instance, Intel's quad-core, quad-thread Core i5-3570K is a faster gaming CPU than AMD's eight-core FX-8350.
PS4 vs Xbox 720 vs Wii UAdmittedly, game consoles have lower operating system overheads. They're also easier to develop for thanks to a fixed target to aim at in terms of hardware specs. But we'd still prefer to trade core count for a more powerful underlying architecture.
If you're wondering how all that compares with the Wii U, well, Nintendo's latest has a triple-core IBM PowerPC processor running at 1.24GHz. That sounds bad given that even the 8-year old Xbox 360 has three PowerPC cores running at 3.2GHz.
But the Wii U's CPU is a relatively complex in-order design. Overall, we suspect the performance of the Wii U's CPU will be similar to Durango and Orbis on a per core basis, it's just that it has fewer than half the number of cores.
As for the graphics half of the equation, we can make direct comparisons with PC hardware again. Each of AMD's Radeon GCN (or Graphics Core Next) compute units packs 64 shader cores. So we're talking 1,152 shaders for PS4 and 768 for Xbox 720.
PC powerAMD's fastest current PC graphics chip, the might Radeon HD 7970, packs 2,048 cores. So even assuming everything else is equal, including clockspeeds and memory bandwidth, Sony Orbis will deliver roughly half the raw graphics grunt of a top end PC.
Again, lower operating system overheads and superior software optimisation usually allow consoles to close the gap. But there's little doubting the next brace of games consoles fall well short of the best performing current PCs, much less hardware that will be available in six month's time.
Arguably, it's not how the consoles compare to PCs that matters, but how much they change the game compared to previous consoles and how they compare to each other.
On the first point, both will be a huge step forward. And in many ways, that will be mostly down to a massive increase in memory. Xbox 360 and PS3 have just 512MB of memory and it's a limitation that games devs are beginning to despair of.
The new consoles will be very liberating in that regard and the result will be games with huge, open and seamless environments, the likes of which have never been seen before. That'll be good news for PC gamers, too, since consoles provide a baseline for game development.
Get out your gunsAs for comparative performance between the new big console guns and also compared to the Wii U, we won't know for sure until we have hardware in our hands. Both are likely to have much more powerful graphics than the Wii U.
But we reckon Sony Orbis's performance advantage in the graphics department will prove mostly theoretical. That's because the performance of those AMD Jaguar CPU cores could well be a leveller.
As for when we'll find out, the heavy odds are currently on an initial reveal of both consoles in March to coincide with the Games Developer Conference, or GDC, and on-sale dates towards the end of this year.